- 1Due to happen or just beginning: work is due to start in the coming yearMás ejemplos en oraciones
- It was a lovely occasion and it is hoped to hold a similar event in the coming months.
- The couple said they will be organising lots of fundraising events over the coming year.
- What hints have been dropped in the past two issues about the events of the coming months?
- 2Likely to be important or successful in the future: he was the coming man of French racingMás ejemplos en oraciones
- But the coming man of national Democratic politics, says the Observer, is the little-known boss of The Bronx.
- The coming man of English rugby talks to Matt about his two conversions: from league to union; and from drinker to thinker.
sustantivoVolver al principio
- An arrival or approach: the coming of a new ageMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Sure that I was grateful for this new day and it's new comings.
- Tellingly, it was to humble shepherds that the coming of Christ was first revealed.
- The coming of oil rapidly changed this to one of rising employment and population.
coming of age
- The age or occasion when one formally becomes an adult: time was when being offered a drink for the first time was a rite of passage, a coming of ageMás ejemplos en oraciones
- Moreover, a generation of local architects who have been educated abroad is coming of age.
- A decade later, a new group of scholars is coming of age.
- Bambara's feisty girls are not diminutive characters, to be outgrown with the coming of age of the movement.
coming and going (or comings and goings)
- Busy, active movements of many people, especially in and out of a place: yesterday’s comings and goings outside Number 10Más ejemplos en oraciones
- I like the noise and bustle and the comings and goings.
- Like a series of fishtanks, the interior is constantly animated by the comings and goings of building users and staff.
- Yet I could have constructed a timetable of their comings and goings, their daily habits and activities.
not know if one is coming or going
- • informal Be confused, especially as a result of being very busy.Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Well - that's been one heck of a week and I don't know if I'm coming or going!
- My body is doing so many odd things I don't know if I'm coming or going.
- I have watched my husband take a significant pay cut and seen his schedule sliced and diced till he doesn't know if he's coming or going.